If you’re looking for reasons to get a hot tub this year, the swimming pool contractors from Advanced Pools in Tennessee think that the time is right! Hot tub purchases escalate in the cooler months of the year and we are moving into hot tub season! When the swimming pool season is winding down because the air is cool and the water is cooler, thoughts turn to buying a hot tub.
There is no time like the present to invest in a hot tub and calling your pool contractor today about getting the hot tub project underway. Even during COVID-19, we have been working with our customers to help them realize their pool and hot tub dreams so there is no reason to wait.
Even winter weather won’t dampen your decision to soak in a hot tub. Winter soaking in a hot tub while the snow falls and the chill winds blow is a luxury. Hot tubs are also prized by because of their therapeutic properties.
Hot tubs can be used for health or simply for relaxation, although when you’re relaxing you are getting healthier –it’s a win win! When in a hot tub, the heated water and jet circulation provide physical and emotional benefits. Heated water elevates warmth of your skin and blood vessels expand and that allows blood to flow more easily throughout your body. This helps move and remove toxins at a more rapid rate. When in a hot tub, make sure you’re drinking a lot of water to prevent dehydration. Limit the amount of alcohol because it will cause dehydration and that can be unsafe.
Reasons to get a hot tub this year
Get maximum benefit from time spent in a hot tub by using it regularly. A regular soak in your hot tub or spa can help you beat sinus congestion. A soak in a hot tub will increase circulation, clear sinus passages and keep sinuses clear because it helps produce more white blood cells. There is no doubt that soaking in a hot tub will help alleviate muscle aches and pains and even alleviate the pain of arthritis.
Shopping for a hot tub means you will want to soak in a hot tub — yes, even in the show room — so be prepared! You will want to sit in the hot tub to determine the type and placement of jets, the placement of seats and more.